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CenTxRT

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CenTxRT last won the day on July 20 2016

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  • Birthday 08/06/1960

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  1. Who has one? Did it work ok for you? I ordered one and I didn't realize it was plastic until I opened it. I sent it back. Not worth $99. I just folded up pieces of cardboard and slipped them between the rocker arm and the valve to keep pressure on the pushrods until I could gradually tighten the rocker shaft down. Removed cardboard one at a time when the rocker arm was close enough to keep the pushrod in place. Did a compression test on each cylinder just to make sure before I buttoned it up.
  2. Yes I loosened rebound. We use slo mo video from cell phone camera.
  3. Looking forward to seeing it sometime!
  4. Damn, I never thought I'd see you get rid of the Fat Lady!
  5. Thanks! Have you been back to the track?
  6. Good move by Chrysler. The talk around Houston was MSRP +$20,000. If they let the dealers do that they would get it.
  7. Loosened rear shocks almost all the way down and it stays on the tire enough now to hook on a well prepped track: I'm going to try 2 degrees more pinion angle (downward) next time and see if it will hook when the track is not prepped so good. I don't want to bring the front up any more though, I feel I will be losing E.T. if it comes up any higher.
  8. Worst part was I had to get up Sunday morning at 3:30am and work from 5am-1pm. Then I was REALLY beat! I'm getting to old for that kind of stuff!
  9. At 5pm it was 99 degrees and 50% humidity. At the end of the night it was about 85 and humidity was 70%. We went through a lot of water that night. I won enough $$ to pay for racing through August though, so it was worth it.
  10. Proof that every once in a while even a blind hog finds an acorn. Very hot and humid all day, by the time this picture was taken I was wiped out and not looking forward to a 75 minute drive home, 2 hrs of sleep and a full days work on Sunday.
  11. nice!
  12. Thanks!
  13. Gonna be hard to beat this one!
  14. From the album Untitled Album

    PB reaction time. 5/7/2017
  15. More index racing is needed. Bracket racing is too confusing to the fans. I had a guy come up to my trailer Saturday after the 2nd time trial and ask me if I'd won the round. He was totally confused when I explained to him that we weren't racing yet. Also, street cars are non existent in the street class at the local track because it has been taken over by motorcycles. Last points race street had 1 car and 10 bikes in it. They need their own class. More street=more paying audience and more concessions.